Mental and emotional casualty patients (PTSD) of World War II receive psychiatric medical aid in Brentwood, New York. A nurse and aide brings a patient who is not able to walk into a room in Mason General Hospital. They help him sit on a bed. A psychiatric doctor converses with the patient. He asks the patient to take his shirt off and lie down on the bed. The patient is given an injection of Sodium Amytal. The patient goes into a state similar to hypnosis. The doctor now interacts with the patient who is in a semiconscious state. The doctor encourages the patient to walk. The patient walks in the semiconscious state. The patient goes back to the bed.
Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) casualties of World War II receive mental and emotional medical aid in Brentwood, New York. Patients doing various jobs like painting, mechanical jobs, stitching while under occupational therapy at Mason General Hospital. The patients playing various sports like gynmastics and baseball. Some patients sitting in a room.
American military casualties of World War II receive mental care and psychiatric medical aid in Brentwood, New York. A group of patients suffering PTSD after trauma of World War 2 are given group psychotherapy by a doctor at Mason General Hospital. The patients interact with the doctor. They discuss personal problems faced by them during combat.
Casualties of World War II receive mental and emotional medical care in Brentwood, New York. A battle neurosis military patient is treated for amnesia by hypnotherapy at Mason General Hospital. A psychiatrist hypnotizes a patient. He now asks him to sit down and go back in the past. The patient in the semiconscious state remembers details from his traumatic battle experience (that resulted in post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD).
World War II military veteran receives emotional and mental medical aid in Brentwood, New York. At Mason General Hospital a psychiatrist speaks to a military trauma patient who stutters. He asks him to lie down on a bed. The patient is given a medicine after which he goes into a semiconscious state and starts talking. The doctor now converses with the patient to determine the root cause of his problem.
Military casualties of World War II receive medical aid for post traumatic stress disorder-like symptoms in Brentwood, New York. Military veteran psychiatric patients recovering at Mason General Hospital. African American patient operating a record player turntable to play music. Patients playing table tennis in a gymnasium. A career trainer instructs a group of patients about alternate professions that could be chosen. Relatives of patients see them on the visitors' day.